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Kids Culture 05.13.21

Thu, 05/13/2021 - 07:55
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Still Life Painting

Madolin Archer will lead a spring-theme still life painting workshop for children and families on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill. Materials and separate workspaces are provided for each family in the museum's theater. Admission is $10 for adult non-members, $5 for children and members, and sign-up is required ahead of time at bit.ly/3hd8MtQ.

Sign-Up for Sports

Registration is open for East Hampton Town's summertime youth clinics and programs in sailing, basketball, tennis, and swimming. Swimming lessons are free, and the others range from $45 to $225 for each week of clinics. Schedules and sign-up links are online at bit.ly/3hmqoDL.

Once Upon a Time

Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton will conclude Bay Street Theater's weekly story time series with a virtual reading of "Simeon's Gift" on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Tickets are $15 and can be bought online at baystreet.org.

Rainbow Slime and More

Project Most has upcoming activities for children of many ages. First up, on Saturday at 9:30 a.m., children 3 and 4 can make three-dimensional vases with flowers. Next, there will be rainbow slime making for kids in kindergarten through third grade at 10:45 a.m. and for kids in fourth through sixth grades at 12:30 p.m. Also Saturday, Gian Carlo Feleppa will teach toddlers (with caregivers present) about the wonderful world of music at 11:30 a.m. The outdoor activity will be moved inside in case of rain.

Looking ahead to May 22, Project Most's lineup includes ice cube painting for 3 and 4-year-olds at 9:30 a.m., sewing for kids ages 6 and up at 9:45, solar system model building for kids in kindergarten through third grade at 10:45, jump-rope games for kids in the same age group at 11:45, and a colored-sand hourglass activity for kids in fourth through sixth grades at 12:30 p.m.

Project Most's Saturday classes cost $20 or $15 for members and are held at the East Hampton Neighborhood House at 92 Three Mile Harbor Road. Sign-up is online at projectmost.org.

Illustrators Wanted

The East Hampton Library is seeking high school artists to illustrate poems written by fellow young adults for the library's recent poetry contest. The drawings and poems, including the two winners, "My Phoenix" by Mai Ismail and "Peppermint Tea" by Joselin Pesantez, will be published magazine-style. Teen artists interested in taking part can send an email to [email protected].

Also for teens, this weekend's take-and-make project through the East Hampton Library is bookmarks with positive messages. Decorated bookmarks returned to the library by Monday will earn their makers community service credit, and will be placed into Y.A. books for other teens to discover when the books are checked out. Kits must be reserved ahead of time by signing up online at easthamptonlibrary.org, and should be picked up at the library tomorrow afternoon between 2:30 and 4:45 p.m.

On Wednesday the library has invited kids ages 8 to 11 to make patriotic wreaths in advance of Memorial Day. Materials can be picked up in person ahead of the virtual workshop, which is from 4 to 5 p.m. Sign-up is on the library website; a Google Meet link will be sent out before the program starts.

Book Club

Teens who love graphic novels will appreciate a virtual book club tailored to their interests on Fridays at 7 p.m. through the Montauk Library. This month's book is "Ms. Marvel -- No Normal" by Wilson Alpona. Advance registration via email to [email protected] is required.

 


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